Because a straddle involves two separate orders, one for puts and the othere for calls, it's quite possible that only one of them gets filled and that can change the entire picture unless the other gets filled. How do you deal with partial fills? Let's say you want to sell two puts and two calls. Case 1: You got a fill on the puts, but didn't on the calls. Now you are short two naked puts. Case 2: You got a fill on the puts, but you only got a partial fill on the calls. Now you are short a straddle, which is one contract, and one naked put. Do you adjust the unfilled order so that it is executed as soon as possible? In this example, it would be moving the limit price closer to the bid. If I'm right, most brokerages charge for adjusting your option orders, so you don't want to adjust the price too often. Does anyone have a more graceful solution for this? Thanks!